Prolix and Wordy

Prolix

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Prolix adjective – Using or containing more words than necessary to express an idea.
Usage example: a person known for habitually transforming brief anecdotes into prolix sagas that exhaust their listeners

Wordy is a synonym for prolix in property topic. In some cases you can use "Wordy" instead an adjective "Prolix", when it comes to topics like excess, diffuse, boring, rambling. popular alternative
Nearby Word: prolixity
Synonyms for Prolix

Wordy

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Wordy adjective – Using or containing more words than necessary to express an idea.
Usage example: her writing style is far too wordy for my tastes

Prolix is a synonym for wordy in property topic. You can use "Prolix" instead an adjective "Wordy", if it concerns topics such as excess, diffuse, talkative, boring. popular alternative
Nearby Words: word, wordless, wording, worded, wordily
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exposition prolix exposition wordy exposition
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